America is rolling into a town near you

We want to know what people throughout the country are optimistic about, what concerns them, and how they view the relationship between Slovakia and the United States, US ambassador to Slovakia writes.

US Ambassador to Slovakia Adam SterlingUS Ambassador to Slovakia Adam Sterling (Source: TASR)

I am always delighted to talk to Slovak citizens who have visited the United States and want to share their experiences with me. However, I know that making the long flight across the ocean simply is not possible for everyone.

Read also:The US Embassy will hit the road Read more 

That is why, starting August 13, the U.S. Embassy will bring a little bit of America to people across Slovakia with our “America on Wheels” roadshow. Between August 13 and August 29, a caravan decorated in iconic American imagery will park on the main square in twenty-six small cities and towns.

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